Historical Marker To Be Placed At Ali’s Childhood Home

by Rick Howlett on March 1, 2012

A state historical marker that will eventually be placed at the childhood home of Muhammad Ali was unveiled today.

The bronze marker is currently on display at the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage. It will be moved to the west Louisville home in the spring.

Muhammad Ali, then known as Cassius Clay, grew up in the home at 3302 Grand Avenue, where he lived with his parents and brother.

The marker was unveiled today by several Louisville Metro Council members.

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